Kathryn Lynn Trammel

Registered Nurse

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Kathryn Lynn Trammel is a registered nurse with experience in emergency and critical care. In addition to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, she earned a Master of Science in Microbiology. She is a motivated researcher with strong interpersonal skills dedicated to providing patients with the highest quality care. She focuses on individualized patient care and assistance. Born in New Jersey, Kathryn Lynn Trammel moved to Seminole, Florida (in Pinellas County) in 1987. She moved there with her parents and brother to be closer to her paternal grandparents. Before transferring to a public high school, she attended a private K–8 institution.

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February 16, 2023

Covid : When Does COVID Get Worse?

For most people who get COVID, their symptoms go away within a few weeks of getting sick. But some, including those who got very sick and needed to be in the hospital, continue to have symptoms for longer. This condition is called post-COVID syndrome and can be mild or more serious. It’s essential to keep […]

February 3, 2023

When is COVID Not Contagious?

How long you can transmit COVID-19 depends on your age, health status and how well your immune system fights off the virus. You’re most infectious in the first five days after you get sick, but it’s also possible to be contagious for longer. To prevent infection, you should isolate yourself from others in your home. […]

January 23, 2023

Staying Healthy During a COVID-19 Pandemic

If you’re not careful, you can contract COVID-19 (Coliform Virus Infection) from close contact with others. But there are some ways to prevent it from taking hold of you. For instance, you should get vaccinated, avoid over-the-counter cold medications, and exercise. You can also improve your ventilation and filtration systems to reduce the likelihood of […]

January 4, 2023

The Factors That Will Shape the Future of Career

Several factors will shape the future of a career. Among these is the way that technology will change the workplace, how nonprofits and businesses should support lifelong learning, and the moral and ethical considerations, employers will need to consider in their efforts to foster an environment that promotes career development and personal growth. Changes in […]

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